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How To Farm Power In Final Fantasy XV: Comrades

How To Farm Power In Final Fantasy XV Comrades
Want tons of power? This guide will tell you How To Farm Power In Final Fantasy XV: Comrades so you can unlock the entire map, power up stations to find refugees and unlock one of the hidden achievements.

Final Fantasy XV: Comrades has a unique feature that rewards players with power when completing a mission. Power is spent on the world map to provide electricity to other areas of the game world. As areas receive more power players can unlock new refugees, obtain additional weapons, find rare materials and more, so it’s vital to progression.

You need to be able to reach Cauthess. On the map above you can see a spot highlighted, unlock this power pylon to unlock the mission Roboresurrection. This mission provides over 6,000 power and can be completed by a competent team in 1-2 minutes. The loading takes longer.

That’s everything you need to know for How To Farm Power In Final Fantasy XV: Comrades.

Want tons of power? This guide will tell you How To Farm Power In Final Fantasy XV: Comrades so you can unlock the entire map, power up stations to find refugees and unlock one of the hidden achievements.
Want to find specific items? This Final Fantasy XV: Comrades Item Stats And Locations guide lists all of the items we have discovered so far, the effects they have on weapons, the hunt where they can be found and more.
Who to elect as leader? This Final Fantasy XV: Comrades Election Leader Bonuses Guide will tell you everything you need to know about each of the outposts, the refugees you can rescue and how you can elect a leader.
Want to find all the Refugees? This Final Fantasy XV: Comrades Refugee Locations Guide will tell you the location of all the different survivors and refugees we've come across so that you can choose a leader for your outposts and get the mayor rewards.

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